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Rabies Veterinary Vaccine (Inactivated) Cell culture, I.P.

Generic Name: 

Rabies Veterinary Vaccine (Inactivated) Cell culture, I.P.

Description:

Rabies is a fatal neurological disease of dogs, especially dogs, wolves, jackals and mongooses. Caused by the rabies virus.

The incubation period varies from a few days to several months (usually 5-40 days), depending on the amount of virus injected at the time of the bite and its proximity to the brain, major nerve trunks, etc. The disease usually claims prey within almost 100 seconds. 5-10 days after the onset of clinical symptoms. Rabies is transmitted to all domestic animals through bites by rabid dogs and other dogs, and in most cases is fatal if left untreated.

Your dog can quickly become restless, irritable, and even show aggression. Rabid animals can also be abnormally clingy. Similarly, if your dog is normally excited and happy, he may suddenly appear relaxed and apathetic. Physical signs of rabies in dogs to watch out for include fever, difficulty swallowing, excessive drooling, staggering, seizures, and even paralysis.

Composition:

This vaccine contains ≥103TCID50 virus per dose

Indication:

The vaccine contains live, attenuated vaccine used against Infectious Bursal Disease.

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Pharmaceutical Form:

Freeze-dried

Method of Administration:

Administered through an intramuscular route.

Dosage:

1ml dose is administered.

Presentation:

1 ml, 5 ml & 10 ml vials.

Vaccination schedule:

Pre Bite/ Pre Prophylactic

Single dose for animals from 3 months of age. If the vaccine is given at 3 months of age, in endemic areas he recommends a booster after 4 weeks.

Post Bite/ Post Exposure

Five doses are given periodically on days 0, 3, 7, 14 and 28 and the 6th dose on Day 90 is optional.

 

Storage:

Store protected from light in a refrigerator (+2 °C to +8 °C). Do not freeze.

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